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you are wrong sir, if your advising some one who needs help and will not provide proof than you are really not helping.
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the problem with x79 is it cost a arm and a leg to get.
cpu 500$ than board of minimum 300$ his might be to much for the OP.

yes that cpu will be better than his amd choice but it will still be able to run the 1600$ set up.
op you could alwats go the 1155 route, get a i7 2600k for about 200$ and ether a gigabyte board .

if you do go the x79 route stay away from the evga board to many people have had multyple problems with them.
i would sugjest go with the gigabyte you won't be disapointed .

Not even a 3770k would suffice 7990 quad
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When you make remarks like the ones above and then decline to support your remark it makes you look like an uninformed Intel 'Fan-boy'.

There is a reason why I asked the question about going with dual 7990s to get input from other users with 7990s and running dual 7990s. Not to get bashed for using a AMD FX CPU.

Also I have looked into the matter, however when your sponsor is X (being AMD or Intel) the data can go either way. And just becuase it looks good on paper doesn't mean that is how it works in the real world.

One last thing, I ran dual 6870s without any guff from the 8150 in the past and runs my current 7970 flawlessly. So your agrument is invlaid until you show some some 'hard' proof.

I just want to add 2 things. First, folding on AMD GPUs, unless they have come miles from where they were when I was actively folding 6 months or so ago, is not great. You should be looking to the NVIDIA camp if you want to fold. Second, you are comparing dual 6870s and a single 7970 to 4 GPUs in dual 7990s. No one said your CPU is garbage. It would run those 2 configurations just fine. I would say it probably runs a single 7990 fine. You will see increases running dual 7990s on your current setup as well. What most here are trying to say is to reach their full potential, it would be a good idea to upgrade your CPU. You would also get PCIe 3.0 support, which I am told makes a difference when running quad high end GPUs.
post #23 of 44
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Originally Posted by wRRM View Post

Not even a 3770k would suffice 7990 quad
this is untrue , the only thing that will be better fromt he x79 is that all lanes will be x16
but on z77 you only get x8 lanes.
OP here is something you could do,
get 1 7990 1 7970 or xx50
and go for x79
Edited by Rustynails - 5/21/13 at 7:45am
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And if I were to go this route, what board would fit my needs? In the past I have not liked intel boards due to their restrictive nature.

For a decent board I would look at the ASrock X79 Extreme 6 or the Asus P9X79/Sabertooth boards.

As for their "restrictive nature" I believe you mean the fact that Intel likes to change sockets a lot? Realistically if you want all the cool new features you would have to upgrade motherboards with AMD cpu's anyways. (i.e. more pcie lanes/pcie 3.0, more sata 3 ports, faster memory, new power mangagment features etc.)
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I think you ask too much from a 200 euro cpu. Its a great cpu but not for this task. You will give 2k for your gpus and 400 for cpu+mobo? You can get a 3820 and x79 if you dont want a 3930k.
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post #26 of 44
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I'm thinking about it. But like in my comment I still have a bad taste in my mouth from the way the Intel boards used to be. What board would you recomend buddy?

I'm a Asus fanboy so I'd go I'd recommend the Rampage IV Formula or the Asus WS equivalent if you don't care for the bells and whistles but I also heard the gigabyte board for X79 are good as well, but stay very far away from evga boards. I'm at work rii now so I can't give links at the moment..
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post #27 of 44
I'll be honest and just state my opinion. Getting 7990 Quadfire right now is a bad idea.

Here's why :
- Bad scaling from four GPUs
- Limited VRAM of 3GB for a 6-screen setup
- High chance of hitting VRAM wall with 3GB cards, especially at that resolution
- Crossfire is not working properly right now (stuttering, bad results in frametime tests etc. no personal experience though). Its all over the web and OCN as well. I strongly suggest you look into it.
- No option to add any more GPUs since two 7990s will already be maxing out the limit of 4 GPUs
- Bad resale value as they are both dual-GPUs (no personal experience though)
- Wont have good resale value once the 700 series (this 23rd) from nvidia and 9000 series (Q4 '13) from AMD hit the market

Only good thing about going with a multi-GPU setup from AMD is official support for a 6-screen setup, as opposed to nvidia's official support for only 4 screens. But I dont think that its impossible to run 6 screens with nvidia.

That being said, I think Titan SLI will be the better option for a similar amount of money.

Here's why:
- More VRAM
- Lesser chance of hitting VRAM wall with 6GB cards than with 3GB ones, especially at that resolution
- No need to worry about VRAM limit when the new consoles with 8GB VRAM come out and if those ports start to require more than 3GB of VRAM
- Better acoustics (2 GPUs vs 4)
- Better thermals (2 GPUs vs 4)
- Better scaling (2 GPUs vs 4)
- Better support for a multi-GPU setup
- Less micro-stuttering than AMD's multi-GPU solutions (no personal experience though)
- Two Titans will be plenty for 3x1080p and will offer smoother gameplay at the cost of a few frames
- Option to go Tri-SLI if/when the requirement of more performance is felt
- Titans are going to be the strongest single GPUs in existence till AMD release their new generation of cards
- Newer, longer lasting setup. Titans are at the start of their life cycle, whereas the 7970s are at their very end

All that being said, if money is not an issue, Titan Tri-SLI is advisable for a 6-screen setup since it will be able to use the extra juice of the third card. But for a more price/performance oriented option, it might be worth it to wait till the 23rd and see how much the 780s cost. Although personally, I'd still suggest Titans for the extra GPU horsepower and the extra 3GB of VRAM they have over the 780s.
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post #28 of 44
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I'm thinking about it. But like in my comment I still have a bad taste in my mouth from the way the Intel boards used to be. What board would you recomend buddy?

RIVE with a 3930k. Can't go wrong with that.

But honestly, if you're willing to drop money on an upgrade, get SLI Titans and a 3930k cpu. The SLI Titans will scale much better and come up on top of dual 7990's.
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post #29 of 44
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I can use 2133 and clock it to 2400 but there is not much of a price difference there. My board can handel it, I'm just not sure how far past the 2400 barrier I can go with it.

Just because the motherboard is capable doesn't mean the IMC can handle it and maintain stability during a heavy process. My old C5FZ could "handle" 2400MHz memory, but my IMC wasn't having any of dat
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Awesome feedback guys. Thanks for the info on all of that. I am just curious about a few more things now, primarly is how well does tri-sli work and will I still be able to do the thing I can do with eyefinity?

The 3D vision thing nVidia does is cool but it would be useless to me, I can't watch anything in 3D becuase it gives me mind splitting migraines. The whole reason I went with the AMD GPUs was becuase of eyefinity in the first place.
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